After our last trip we were contacted by a sales executive who offered to assist with booking our trip and checking on offers. I told him we would be coming to town for Super Bowl weekend, but were not sure of the exact dates. I had already booked 5 COMP nights online but had not booked the airfare. He said no problem, and said we qualified for "Big Game" tickets to any of the mid-tier properties and to let him know when our dates were firm and he would check on other offers as well. I messaged him a couple weeks ago and said our flight was booked and we would like to take him up on the "offer" of the tickets. He replied and then followed up with an apologetic phone call saying there was a "policy change" and he was no longer able to add us to the guest list. He was able to offer us 4 nights COMP and $50 in casino play. I replied and said we would stick with our 5 COMP night that was already booked and had made plans elsewhere for the big game. We are not upset as we probably would not have gone to the party anyways, we like our other invite better. It just struck me as odd that its acceptable business to offer an invite and then take it away. I can only imagine doing that in my business, LV never ceases to amaze!